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How much traffic do you get from YouTube? Would you like more? Last time I talked about why YouTube content matters and how it can drive traffic to your site. But you’ll get a lot more out of it if your videos and channel are optimized. So how do you optimize a YouTube channel? Tony Edward gives a great overview in his recent article. Here are some of Tony’s top tips and a few notes of our own. #1 Get the basics right One of the first things Tony talks about is establishing a YouTube “presence.” In many ways this just comes down to branding,

We all know Google is the biggest search engine in the world. But what’s the second biggest? If you said Bing, you might be wrong. Everyone’s favorite video site, YouTube, could actually get more searches—which means that ranking your content on YouTube is both vital, and challenging. That’s the perspective behind an insanely helpful new article by Tony Edward, all about how to rank your videos on YouTube. Why YouTube Ranking Matters If you’re already doing well in the regular Google results—or at least moving up the chain—does it really matter whether you have video content, and how discoverable it is on YouTube? We strongly

Google has released new data on its most popular Youtube videos, and it turns out that most of them aren't cute babies. Instead, they're tutorials. According to Google, the total amount of "How To" content has grown substantially, and "How To" searches on the site are up by 70 percent in the last year. In total, Youtube hosts over 100 million hours of how-to's. Tutorials are on fire. From a marketing and SEO standpoint, that makes perfect sense. Here's why: "How To" signals valuable information. When people search for info they want meaty, useful answers---not just fluff pieces. That's why "How To" blog titles repeatedly outperform other types

PageLever is a service used for Facebook analysis. Recent findings by the service indicate that 34% of traffic coming into Facebook pages comes from search engines (and YouTube). What’s even more interesting is the breakdown of which search engines these referrals come from. The most referrals come from Google, while the second most come from Yahoo (though the percentage is much smaller). PageLever found this data by studying only the larger 1,000 Facebook pages, as each studied had more than 10,000 fans. This makes sense, because the larger brands would have a more integrative Facebook presence and likely a larger volume of visitors via

As an Atlanta SEO Agency with a Video Project Manager and a green room on site, we never miss an opportunity to discuss the opportunities available to businesses through video production. With content becoming ever-more important with each Panda iteration run by Google (internationally, now!), many tend to focus on the writing portion of content and disregard the video component. However, a new survey reveals that a majority of Americans are on the video-sharing platforms, watching, laughing, learning and creating. This should be reason enough to take part in the YouTube Revolution. However, videos are also important because they can be just the ingredient